Two days ago a small red sore appeared on the side of my left nipple. It is pimple-like however does not have a head on it as pimples do. It was very itchy and my whole nipple area was itchy yesterday but today it's more of a burning sensastion in my nipple area. I did some hands-on healing and the energy coming out was very, very strong. I have had warning emails about there being cancer symptoms of certain pimple-like or sore-like protuberances that come on the nipple. I thought I'd wait a couple of days to see what it does before taking the next step and consulting a doctor. Looking for more description of what a cancer-causing sore would be like. Thank you.
I don't really know of any "cancer causing sore" involving the breast. I suggest that you see your Dr. for some advice and possibly any testing that might be appropriate. As a rule waiting and watching does nothing but complicate matters. Regards ....
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